hypothenar hammer syndrome


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hypothenar hammer syndrome

Damage to the ulnar artery from sports or occupations in which a person uses the side of the hand as a pounding tool, resulting in recurrent blunt trauma to the hand. It occasionally causes Raynaud phenomenon or other forms of digital ischemia.
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